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Christmas decor

December 15, 2014

Forage for free-range holiday decorations

By: Leanne Ely   Today we’re not talking about food. Don’t worry— as we approach the holidays, there’s going to be plenty of food talk. But, there’s more to the holidays than food . . . like the decorations! And I don’t know about you, but factory-made plastic doesn’t really say Christmas to me. Now,… Read more

lunch meat

December 8, 2014

Which vitamin can help reduce the toxicity of nitrates?

By: Leanne Ely   I cringe when I hear of schools serving hotdogs for lunch. And those packaged “lunches” you see in the grocery store containing processed cheese, crackers and luncheon meats? Well, don’t even get me started on those. Most of us know that eating a lot of cured meats and hotdogs is not… Read more

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November 24, 2014

Saving Thanksgiving Dinner with 5 simple tips

By: Leanne Ely   When it comes to one of the biggest meals of the year, do you have one dish that you always seem to mess up? The dressing’s too dry or the gravy’s too lumpy? You know what I’m talking about! Today, I’m going to save you from making some of the most… Read more

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November 17, 2014

How to lose weight on a Paleo diet

By: Leanne Ely If you’ve been following a Paleo diet, you might be frustrated at why your weight loss results aren’t as great as you thought they would be. I stand firm in my belief that Paleo (or *ahem* Part-Time Paleo!) is the ultimate way to meet nutritional requirements and to maintain good health. And… Read more

Nightshades

November 10, 2014

Could your salad be making you sick?

By: Leanne Ely   The nightshade family of plants (scientific name: Solanaceae family) consists of a number of common agricultural crops including tomatoes and potatoes. Nightshade plants are high enough in toxins to cause inflammation in the body, especially in anyone suffering from an autoimmune disease. You might be surprised at how many foods belong… Read more

fall foods

November 3, 2014

7 fall foods to forage for

By: Leanne Ely   Would you believe there’s all kinds of fresh food, free for the taking out there in the great outdoors? If there’s a forest or a meadow nearby, you may be able to forage for some delicious fall edibles. I love gardening, but I also love harvesting food I didn’t have to… Read more

10foods never eat

October 27, 2014

10 foods you should never eat

By: Leanne Ely   Would you be shocked to learn that a number of foods sold in grocery stores across the United States have been banned in other countries across the world because of the harmful additives they contain? If you have any of the following ten foods in your home, I recommend you ditch… Read more

Cooking Oils

October 20, 2014

Good oil/bad oil. Now you’ll know the difference.

By: Leanne Ely   There is a good deal of confusion around which oils are good for cooking and which are not. Fat is essential for human health. We need fat in our diets for hormone health, cell building, energy, and even for keeping our skin in good shape. There are certain vitamins (A, D,… Read more

slow cooker soups

October 13, 2014

5 hot tips for slow cooker soups

By: Leanne Ely   I’ve been having so much fun on my book tour and promoting my new book, Part-Time Paleo: How To Go Paleo Without Going Crazy, but I have been insanely busy! Being on the road is tough, especially when you leave your spouse behind who is used to you cooking and taking… Read more

inflammation

October 6, 2014

How to reduce inflammation (the starting place of disease!)

By: Leanne Ely   When most people think of inflammation, they think about swollen joints and arthritis. That said, limiting the amount of inflammation in your body might not be on your radar screen at all, especially if you don’t have joint problems. But inflammation is way more than arthritis, and reducing the amount of… Read more